Dog chained to and dragged by car recovering at Ohio shelter

5/31/2022 12:47:00 PM

Dog chained to and dragged by car recovering at Ohio shelter

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Dog chained to and dragged by car recovering at Ohio shelter

A dog is recovering at a shelter in Ohio after people reported seeing the dog chained to the back of a car being dragged down the road.

According to the shelter, she had at least two broken toes on each paw. All of her paws needed to be degloved. Road rash on her abdomen caused a lot of bleeding and she suffered broken nails and abrasions on all her legs.“Despite the horrific abuse Oreo just endured she is still wagging her tail and wants to be held. We will continue to monitor throughout the day, she is resting comfortably right now with pain medication and antibiotics on board,” the shelter posted on Facebook.

The Youngstown Police Department said charges are pending.

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All of her paws needed to be degloved. Road rash on her abdomen caused a lot of bleeding and she suffered broken nails and abrasions on all her legs.m. “Despite the horrific abuse Oreo just endured she is still wagging her tail and wants to be held.   Annie Ryzak never thought she'd see a dog in distress in Lake Michigan. We will continue to monitor throughout the day, she is resting comfortably right now with pain medication and antibiotics on board,” the shelter posted on Facebook. (Animal Charity of Ohio) By YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — A dog is recovering after she was chained to the back of a vehicle and dragged more than 100 yards, leaving her with severe abrasions on her legs, stomach and chin. The Youngstown Police Department said charges are pending. Terry Johnson of Scioto County and state Rep.

See a spelling or grammar error in our story? Please include the title when you . The agency says witnesses who saw it happening turned around and stopped the vehicle. "It was in fact a dog and there were people starting to notice the situation on land," Ryzak said.